In the round-up: Luca Baldisserri, a former Ferrari sporting director and race engineer to Michael Schumacher who left the team at the end of last year, says team members are now too afraid of being fired to take risks.
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"It could have been me, any of us, that day in Jules' shoes. So I vowed after that that if I'm racing, taking the risks we take every time we drive, I'm going to do it properly, get the most out of it."
"The main point is that it appears to be a very specific aero weak point rather than a generic shortfall and therefore probably not something that will necessarily carry into next year's car, especially given the big change to the aero regulations."
"Drivers still make mistakes, and I think this year every driver has got it wrong as least once. Rosberg has done well, and there are drivers who can manage and understand a little better the grip levels that are out there."
"On Sunday I went to the grid and saw Hamilton with Mercedes chief race engineer Andrew Shovlin and his race engineer Pete Bonnington looking at all of the damp patches on his side of the grid. It did look like Hamilton was very concerned and was trying to see where he would place the car to try and avoid it."
James Hunt: "The worst moment for me this season came when I heard that I had been disqualified from the British GP. It was so obviously and totally impossible for us to be disqualified that I had half expected it to happen."